Sheltered Valleys will have the best frost potential as well as communities north of the city, but we are all in a Frost Advisory from 2 a.m. until 9 a.m. Wednesday. Temperatures will likely dip down into the mid-30s in most areas, which will promote that frost development. If you planted the garden over the weekend, you will definitely want to cover up your plants or bring them indoors.
After a cold start, temperatures will stay cool for the afternoon Wednesday, staying right around 60° in most communities. There should be plenty of sunshine to enjoy, just don’t expect temperatures to be anywhere near average, which is 69° for today’s date.
Some changes on the way again on Thursday. A low-pressure system to our west may bring in a few afternoon showers from the northwest. This will also keep us mostly cloudy with temperatures into the low 60s.
Friday looks dry for now, with the mid 60s before warmer weather returns later into the weekend. While we will warm up into the weekend, don't expect a lot of sunshine. Once we get into Thursday it looks like we may have a prolonged stretch of cloud cover as we move into next week.
Calm & clear
Clouds moving in